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Big Piano (The Walking Piano) is a synthesizer, invented in 1976 by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania kinetic artist and inventor Remo Saraceni. merging dance, music, and play. The Piano is played by the user's feet tapping the keys to make music.
- Louie, Elaine. 29 September 1988, New York Times, "A Piano You Can Walk On". Accessed 15 September 2012.
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